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by Joey Schaefer

The 1990s were dominated by the rap game. The Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Eminem and Outkast were some of the music pioneers in a decade in which New Kids on The Block split, Kurt Cobain made shitty Wrangler jeans and fleeces fashionable and President Bill Clinton claimed “I experimented with marijuana a time or two, and I did not like it and did not inhale.”

The 2000s were a time of change. The emergence of dance music took over the music charts, teenyboppers shifted their devastation to the split of N’SYNC, Crocs and Uggs became the new fashion disaster and our first black president was open about his days in Hawaii smoking that Maui Wowie.

Most of all, the 2000s were a dance party. In preparation for Hot In Herre: 2000’s Dance Party with DJs Will Eastman and Brian Billion of No Scrubs this Saturday at the 9:30 Club, let’s review the best dance hits of the 2000s.

  • Best song when George W. Bush choked on a pretzel: “Where the Party At” – Jagged Edge feat. Nelly

  • Best song when The Wire premiered on HBO: “Grindin” – Clipse

  • Best song when I uploaded my first MySpace picture: “Sexy Back” – Justin Timberlake

  • Best song when Michael Jackson was found not guilty of child molestation charges: Oops!… I Did it

Again – Brittany Spears

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvtDHH_IfP8

  • Best song when Apple’s iPhone debuted: “Hollaback Girl” – Gwen Stefani

Best song when Napster shut down operations: “Sugar We’re Going Down” – Fall Out Boy

Best song when Tina Fey did the famous Sarah Palin “I can see my house from Russia” skit: “American
Idiot” – Green Day

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqZOYgUolC4

  • Best song when Barack Obama was sworn in: “Party in the U.S.A.” – Miley Cyrus

U Street Music Hall co-owners Will Eastman and Brian Billion will take the stage to play all your favorite dance hits from the beginning of the 3rd millennium. Hop over to the 9:30 Club in your best 2000s gear and shake your lady lumps to all your favorite sing-along’ of the decade.

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